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Wed, May 08



Healing Circle - Women and Heart Disease by Dr. Bola Sogade

Join the Multicultural Health Institute for our monthly Healing Circle held every 2nd Wednesday at 6pm!

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Healing Circle - Women and Heart Disease by Dr. Bola Sogade
Healing Circle - Women and Heart Disease by Dr. Bola Sogade

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May 08, 2024, 6:00 PM – 7:00 PM


About the event

We're back! The Multicultural Health Institute's first Healing Circle of 2024 is tomorrow Wednesday, February 14, 2024 at 6pm via Zoom. Register here: 

This February, the Multicultural Health Institute recognizes American Heart Month, a time when everyone can pay attention to their cardiovascular health. Incidences/Cases of Cardiovascular Disease (CVD) and CVD mortality are on the rise in working-age adults, and Black adults bear the heaviest burden of CVD and its health consequences, particularly in the United States. 

Tomorrow, we pay special attention to women's cardiovascular health and listen to Dr. Bola Sogade, MD present on women and heart disease. You can register for the event here: We look forward to seeing you soon! 

More on Dr. Sogade: Bola Sogade, MD, is a board-certified OB/GYN and family practice physician at ObGyne Birth Center for Natural Deliveries in Forsyth, Georgia. Dedicated to providing the best possible care for her patients, Dr. Sogade was the first physician in Georgia to offer a natural delivery birthing center. She’s also a skilled surgeon and is known as the Robotic Queen of Georgia for minimally invasive procedures.

After completing her Doctor of Medicine at the College of Medicine, University of Ibadan in Nigeria, Dr. Sogade went on to her transitional internship at the Lagos University Teaching Hospital. Dr. Sogade relocated to the United States to complete her OB/GYN internship at SUNY Downstate Medical Center in Brooklyn, New York. She went on to complete two residency programs—one in obstetrics and gynecology at the Mercer University School of Medicine, the other in family medicine at the Medical Center of Central Georgia.

Dedicated to her career and to giving back, Dr. Sogade serves as an adjunct professor at Morehouse School of Medicine. When she’s not at the office, Dr. Sogade fills her time taking care of herself and others. She enjoys exercising and long-distance running, as well as mentoring preteen and teenage girls. She is a champion for serving the underrepresented, underserved, and unvoiced women.

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